TWSE holds investors conference for 3 listed companies
Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2014-08-11 02:56 PM

In order to give investors an understanding of the operating performance of listed companies and enhance the flow and transparency of information, The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) held a “investors conference for listed companies” at 2:30 PM August 11 on the ninth floor of Taipei 101. The TWSE invited China Steel Chemical Co. (1723), Onano Industrial Corp. (6405), and Lelon Electronics Corp. (2472) to participate and attending company representatives personally presented financial and business conditions and outlooks for the future to the investing public and institutional investors in hopes of furthering the understanding of investor towards newly listed companies.

China Steel Chemical’s primary business involves the manufacture and sale of chemical products such as soft asphalt, refined naphthalene, creosote, and benzene. For many years, the company has pursued a high-quality and pragmatic management style and relentlessly introduced new technologies. In recent years, its tendrils have extended to the downstream carbon materials field. China Steel Chemical’s consolidated revenue for the first half of 2014 was NT$4.79 billion and 7.01% growth year-on-year.

Onano’s primary business items include optical glass substrate thinning and related manufacturing technologies. Recently, the company has developed ITO coating equipment and technologies, provides customers with one-stop-shop service, and has established long-term customer relationships and stable order origination. Onano’s consolidated revenue for the first half of 2014 was NT$991 million and 7.07% growth year-on-year.

Lelon’s primary business involves the manufacture and trading of electrolytic capacitors. Its products are widely applicable in automotive electronics, communications equipment, industrial electronic equipment, power supplies, consumer electronics and wind solar equipment. Lelon’s consolidated revenue for the first half of 2014 was NT$2.97 billion and 6.47% growth year-on-year.

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